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The quality control of meteorological data has always been an important, if not always fully appreciated, step in the use of the data for analysis and forecasting. In most quality-control approaches, erroneous data are treated as nonrandom ““outliers”” to the data distribution, which must...
The method of complex quality control of radiosonde heights and temperatures (CQCHT) has been under continuous development and improvement at the National Centers for Environmental Prediction since 1988. Part I of this paper gives the background for the method and details for the currently...
A version of the Kaplan and DeMaria empirical model for predicting the decay of tropical cyclone 1-min maximum sustained surface winds after landfall is developed for the New England region. The original model was developed from the National Hurricane Center (NHC) best-track wind estimates for...
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